*Associated Colleges of the South announces new staff position*
The Associated Colleges of the South seeks a grant writer.This is a part-time consulting position (20-24 hours a week) with no benefits.The position will preferably be located in the Atlanta office.
·Write all proposals and reports related to the funding activities (including but not limited to foundations, donors and government agencies) for the Associated Colleges of the South
·Research and identify prospective funding sources
·Advise on fundraising strategies
·Manage grant renewals
·Bachelors' degree in education, business management, planning or a related field.
·Five to seven years' experience working in higher education or non-profit.
·Demonstrated fundraising experience -- include writing samples.
·Excellent attention to detail.
·Excellent diplomatic, analytical, written, and oral communication skills.
·Ability to take initiative, work independently and with groups, and manage several projects simultaneously.
·Familiarity with computer applications including Microsoft Word, Excel, Access, Microsoft Publisher and InDesign.
The Associated Colleges of the South is a distinctive consortium of 16 national liberal arts colleges located in twelve southern states -- outstanding institutions committed to becoming even stronger through collaboration.During its 23 years of existence, the consortium has rendered significant service to its 30,000 students, 3,000 faculty and 5,000 staff in areas such as faculty development, interdisciplinary study, engaged learning, learning-based pedagogy, undergraduate research and the use of technology. Signature programs include initiatives in environmental studies and sustainable development, Chinese studies, and a micro-teaching and learning institute.
Please send resume or inquiries to Dara Hawkins at firstname.lastname@example.org <mailto:email@example.com>-- Associated Colleges of the South, 1975 Century Boulevard, Suite 10, Atlanta, GA30345.
Application review begins immediately and will continue until the position is filled.